Kramer Commercial Realty Negotiates Sale of 93,000 SF Building on 15.40 AC in Port Huron Township, MI

Port Huron Township, MI (October 9, 2018) – Kramer Commercial Realty recently negotiated the sale of a 93,000 SF special purpose/educational campus located at 3403 Lapeer Road in Port Huron Township, Michigan.

The Seller, Baker College of Port Huron and the Purchaser, Blue Water Community Action Agency both were represented by Gerry Kramer, Broker/Owner and Korissa Wilkins, Associate Broker of Kramer Commercial Realty.

Formerly operated as Baker College of Port Huron, Blue Water Community Action Agency will be moving into the 93,000 SF building as their operations have outgrown their current locations. Blue Water Community Action opened in 1965 with the goal to help residents struggling financially to become socially and economically self-sufficient. Programs range from early childhood education to utility assistance, weatherization and more. Melinda Johnson, Executive Director for Blue Water Community Action believes this move will help to provide a clear identity in the community, brining services together under one roof. St. Clair County Community Mental Health also has programs at the campus and will remain there.

About Kramer Commercial

Kramer Commercial Realty is an independent brokerage firm specializing specifically, in full-service commercial real estate transactions. With a proven record the firm has successfully closed more than 2,000 transactions in the industry. Established in 1978 by Broker/Owner, Gerry Kramer, S.I.O.R., providing over 40 years of experience in commercial brokerage services, sales, leasing, real estate consulting, advisory, marketing, property and asset management. Kramer Commercial Realty is committed to bringing clients creative solutions by providing the highest level of professional service, fostering long lasting relationships. The firm is committed to the community, supporting its strong reputation for integrity, experience, trust and achieving intended real estate results.


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